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Jan 30, 2013 7:30am EST
site to complain. some blame the government's growth oriented policies for causing serious air pollution. others have written songs about the pollution. ♪ chinese foreign ministry spokesperson says the government is trying to clean up the air. >> translator: authorities are taking emergency measures. the government will make more positive efforts to regulate emissions and pollution. >> chinese premier has ordered effective measures be introduced to reduce emissions. that prompted officials to reduce the number of public vehicles, service and halt factory operations. >>> officials in eastern and inland provinces issued the new higher alert on wednesday but their counterparts in beijing didn't. still the heavy smog forced japanese schools in the chinese capital to cancel outdoor activities for the third straight day. we have more on the smog in beijing and where the winds will take it next. we have meteorologist robert speta. robert? >> well, gene, over much of the beijing area, northeast china we've been seeing this high pressure in place and it has been acting as a cap keepin
Jan 29, 2013 7:00pm PST
. well, let's take a look. on the tokyo foreign exchange the dollar is moving in a narrow range against the yen. many market players are waiting for the outcome of the u.s. fed policy meeting later in the day at 90.84-87. the euro, meanwhile, is trading higher against other currencies. market participants say that's because worries over euro debt issues are receding somewhat. the euro/yen, 122.51-56 at moment. and in other asian markets we are seeing a loss of over .1% on the kospi. 1,952 over in seoul. let's see what's happening in australia. the benchmark index is trading higher by a fourth of a percent. 4,900. well, that is going to do it in business for this hour. i'm going to leave you with a look at some other markets in asia open this hour. ♪ >>> japanese government officials have spent the past few weeks trying to find out what happened in a hostage crisis in algeria. then they had to bring the remains of ten japanese victims home. now they've pledged $120 million to help stabilize countries in africa. senior vice dporn minister masaji matsuyama made the pledge at a donor conf
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